Publisher Description

Needing the truth…

I wanted to spend the night before graduation making out with Seth, but one of my best friends had the whole night planned. Lucky for me, we ran into him and his friends playing pool where we made some silly bet over a game, and the losers had to run through town in nothing but their underwear. A year later, I wish more than ever we’d just made out at Raker’s Bluff instead, because maybe the night would’ve turned out differently. Now Seth’s back, the guy who broke my heart, the guy I’m still in love with…I just hope he doesn’t break me all over again.

Desperate for redemption…

No one wants to fess up to having a screwed-up family. When my parents dropped the big divorce bomb on me, I decided to keep it a secret. Just the thought of the pity-stares and pats-on-the-back made me feel sick. I’d tell Haley and my friends another time. Except, I never got the chance. Stuff happened. Stuff that totally sucked and changed our lives forever. Instead of telling my truth, I took the coward’s way out, and I’ve regretted it ever since. But I’m back, determined to tell Haley everything, down to the last gritty detail, if she’ll give me the chance…even if it means losing her forever.

GENRE
Romance
RELEASED
2013
December 3
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
275
Pages
PUBLISHER
Kate Ashton
SIZE
838.6
KB

Customer Reviews

0786-READ ,

Stunning

I honestly don’t have any words to describe how beautiful this book is, each chapter gripped me emotionally with such intensity I didn’t even notice the tears carving down my cheeks at times! It’s worth every second i spent reading. Thank you for writing it x

geene_g ,

Ok...

Hmmmm.... Could of been a lot better!
A bit long winded! I skipped most of book and couldn't wait till it finished! 😟 gx

Fedupwiththisapp12341214 ,

Breathtaking

A brilliant, hard hitting and gripping read. I shed many tears but was hooked from the first chapter.

The authors ability to convey grief and other emotions was incredibly emotive and poignant.

Loved it.

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